Advanced Diploma in HR Management
Overview
Human Resource Management is part of a business that deals with managing the performance of employees in an organisation or business. The primary responsibility of this department is to ensure that employees are following the policies and systems of the business. To become part of the human resource management, you need to learn how to deal with employees, colleagues or contractors. Since the primary concern of this department is about organisation system and relationship, you have to learn how to implement these to all the manpower of your organisation. This course will be providing all the necessary lessons on human resource management and how to successfully help the development of the business you are part of
Who is it for
Human Resources Management officers who want to learn more about their department.
People who have an interest in knowing about human resources management.
Description
COURSE CURRICULUM
Introduction To HR Management

Module One – Getting Started
Module Two – Human Resources Today
Module Three – Recruiting and Interviewing
Module Four – Retention and Orientation
Module Five – Following Up With New Employees
Module Six – Workplace Health & Safety
Module Seven – Workplace Bullying, Harassment, and Violence
Module Eight – Workplace Wellness
Module Nine – Providing Feedback to Employees
Module Ten – Disciplining Employees
Module Eleven – Terminating Employees
Module Twelve – Wrapping Up
Activities – Diploma in Human Resource Management

HR and Leadership

INTRODUCTION
WHAT MAKES A GREAT LEADER?
HOW TO INSPIRE YOUR TEAM
HOW TO INCENTIVIZE THE RIGHT WAY
HOW TO INCREASE YOUR CHARISMA AND AUTHORITY
HOW TO DEAL WITH A CRISIS
IS IT BETTER TO BE FEARED OR LIKED?
DEALING WITH DISSIDENTS
CREATING TEAMS AND ENCOURAGING TEAMWORK
UNDERSTANDING CHARACTERS AND CHOOSING THE RIGHT PERSON
THE 10 MOST POWERFUL TIPS FOR LEADERS
CONCLUSION

HR and Employee Onboarding

Module One – Getting Started
Module Two – Purpose of Onboarding
Module Three – Introduction
Module Four – Onboarding Preparation
Module Five – Onboarding Checklist
Module Six – Creating an Engaging Program
Module Seven – Following Up with New Employees
Module Eight – Setting Expectations
Module Nine – Resiliency and Flexibility
Module Ten – Assigning Work
Module Eleven – Providing Feedback
Module Twelve – Wrapping Up
Employee Management Course: Millennial Onboarding- Activities

HR and Employee Motivation

Module One – Getting Started
Module Two – A Psychological Approach
Module Three – Object-Oriented Theory
Module Four – Using Reinforcement Theory
Module Five – Using Expectancy Theory
Module Six – Personality’s Role in Motivation
Module Seven – Setting Goals
Module Eight – A Personal Toolbox
Module Nine – Motivation on the Job
Module Ten – Addressing Specific Morale Issues
Module Eleven – Keeping Yourself Motivated
Module Twelve – Wrapping Up
HR Management: Employee Motivation- Activities

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Assessment and Certification:
Upon completion of the course, you will be required to sit an online multiple-choice test. Your test will be assessed automatically and the results will be given to you immediately. Before sitting your final exam you will have the opportunity to test your proficiency with a mock exam. After you have successfully passed the final exam, you will be able to order an Accredited Certificate of Achievement at an additional cost of 24 for a PDF copy and 39 for an original print copy sent to you by post.
Requirements
This course is available to all learners, of all academic backgrounds.
Learners should be aged 16 or over to undertake the qualification.
Good understanding of English language, numeracy and ICT are required to attend this course.
Career Path
The Advanced Diploma in HR Management course is a useful qualification to possess, and would be beneficial for the following careers:

Businessmen
Consultant
Human Resource Officer
Labour Relations Officer
Recruitment and Hiring Manager
Relations Manager.

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